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Potable Water Groups Unite to Support Water Providers

Old lead service lines connect an estimated 6 million homes and businesses to community drinking water mains. As residents of Flint, Mich., continue to filter tap water to remove toxins, industry groups are offering free resources and other support to help cash-strapped public utilities voluntarily find and replace lead pipes. More

Partnership's On For Another Two Years
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Partnership's On For Another Two Years

Automated pavement condition assessment probably ain't cheap, but it's helping... More

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This Could Be the Longest Consulting Partnership in Public Works History

This engineering firm designed the Mid-Hudson Bridge for the New York State Bridge Authority nearly a centurgy ago. The agency and the firm are still working together. More

DOT's Going to Overhaul Entire Transportation System
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DOT's Going to Overhaul Entire Transportation System

Colorado's got a plan for getting ahead of autonomous vehicle and other technology... More

Is Your City a Dinosaur in Disguise?
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Is Your City a Dinosaur in Disguise?

When it comes to asset management, spectacular achievement is preceded by... More

Drones for Bridge Inspections: Do They Live Up to the Hype?
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Drones for Bridge Inspections: Do They Live Up to the Hype?

Until recently, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) had certain limitations for bridge... More

Guess Which Video Got the Gold?
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Guess Which Video Got the Gold?

The American Public Works Association invited PWX exhibitors to submit videos... More

Detroit Uses Demolished Homes to Soak Up Stormwater
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Detroit Uses Demolished Homes to Soak Up Stormwater

Necessity is certainly the mother of invention. The University of Michigan,... More

City's Stormwater Experiment Makes Lemonade Out of Lemons
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City's Stormwater Experiment Makes Lemonade Out of Lemons

The 2014 Detroit Blight Removal Task Force identified almost 41,000 abandoned... More

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